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Karlyn Kares #1 - How to stay healthy and happy in the winter

Nov 15, 2018 - Comments: 0
ONU student walking across campus in the winter snow. (photo/Trevor Jones)

Ada seasons have begun to change and so have student moods. Once the sun starts setting earlier and the workload gets heavier, students mental and physical health can start to deteriorate. That deterioration makes it hard to focus on the important things like school, friends and most of all sleep.

Why I chase after diversity

Nov 13, 2018 - Comments: 0

Elle Woods abandoned her platinum sorority life to go "Legally Blonde," ultimately finding straight As and self-worth instead of a husband. The girls in "Pitch Perfect" banded together to overthrow the reigning champs of a semi-popular a capella competition in a chase for redemption. Even an unenrolled janitor in "Good Will Hunting" discovered his self-taught genius while mopping the floors of a foot-marked university hallway.

Comfort of a cornfield

Nov 06, 2018 - Comments: 0

Ohio Northern University is like a second home for every student who attends the university.

Ohio Northern is just that kind of place. The university makes its students feel as if they have the support of their family and closest friends all year round. There is a closeness and a connection between students and their professors that cannot be rivaled by any other university.  

It's my duty to fight anti-Semitism

Oct 30, 2018 - Comments: 0

Twenty-nine minutes away from the campus of Ohio Northern, tucked back in the corner of Lakewood and Glenwood Avenue in Lima, Ohio is a Temple—a place of worship for the area’s limited Jewish population. The Temple Beth Israel-Shaare Zedek is the only Jewish synagogue in northwestern Ohio aside from the Congregation B’nai Israel, an hour and a half away, just outside of Toledo. Its congregation is small, and most of its attendees are aging, many in their sixties and above.

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